Dunwoody daycare shooting suspect Hemy Neuman in court.
DUNWOODY, GA -- In an email sent three months before the murder of Rusty Sneiderman, suspect Hemy Neuman gave Sneiderman's wife tips on parenting.
A source allowed 11Alive News to view the email, sent at 2:02 a.m., on August 8, 2010, from Hemy Neuman's email account with General Electric.
The email is three pages long and is titled Raising Good Kids Can Be Easy. In it, Neuman lists his ten "principles for raising good kids."
*Execution of Search Warrants
*Warrant for Neuman and Sneiderman's Yahoo!Mail accounts
*Warrant for Neuman and Sneiderman's cell phone records
*Warrant for Neuman's GMail account
"Andrea, that's it for now, and I'm getting tired," Neuman writes. "Good night, Mon Ami and thanks for the inspiration."
Neuman was Andrea Sneiderman's supervisor at General Electric.
On November 18, Rusty Sneiderman was shot just outside of his child's day care center in Dunwoody. Dunwoody Police arrested Hemy Neuman in January.
Neuman's lawyers made an agreement with the Dekalb District Attorney not to publicly discuss evidence in the case.
"It could unfairly prejudice one side or the other," said attorney Doug Peters.
Court documents reveal investigators want to see more of Neuman and Andrea Sniderman's emails. In an affidavit filed to get search warrants, an investigator with the District Attorney's office claims there was "continuous communication" between Andrea Sneiderman and Hemy Neuman before and after the murder.
The documents do not refer to Andrea Sneiderman as a suspect.
In his affidavit, the investigator says email records could "potentially store information that is not necessarily illicit", but may "reveal motive to murder."
Efforts to reach Andrea Sneiderman's attorney have been unsuccessful.